Advance Review: The Dregs #2

Advance Review: The Dregs #2

The degree of craft on display in The Dregs #2 is remarkable…the consciousness of care that each creative participant plays is harmonic

Curse Words #2

Curse Words #2

The art’s attention to detail coupled with the rapid pacing of the story, all demonstrate how fun and complex this book is

The Flash #17

The Flash #17

Readers who love the Flash and/or DC comics or just want a totally entertaining comic: this series is for you

X-O Manowar #1 (2017)

X-O Manowar #1 (2017)

[X-O Manowar] certainly promises to be one of Valiant’s breakaway hits of the year

The Old Guard #1

The Old Guard #1

A familiar comic trope with a new insight and fresh perspective keeps this book from feeling recycled and necessary

Detective Comics #951

Detective Comics #951

Detective Comics #951 is another great entry into this series that no Batman fan should be missing out on

Advance Review: The Belfry

Advance Review: The Belfry

The Belfry is a killer (you’ll see what I did there) one-shot book from a stellar comic book creator. Gabriel Hardman is a top-tier talent, and this was a nice deviation from what you might normally see from him

Sun Bakery #1

Sun Bakery #1

Sun Bakery #1 takes itself seriously only insomuch as the act of creating is refreshingly pure. In all its schizophrenic glory, Corey Lewis has crafted a celebration of the acts of creating and storytelling themselves

Divinity III: Stalinverse #3

Divinity III: Stalinverse #3

Bursting with surprises, action, and glorious art, this well-crafted story will be one that you will read and re-read for years to come

Batman #17

Batman #17

Tom King has created something special in Batman